The US Open of Surfing: A Look Back

by xanatemedia July 7, 2014

By Lon Levin In the spirit of surfing here is a stills compilation for the sights, sounds, vibe and what some may call ‘sensory overload’ of the experience of the US Open of Surfing. By the way ‘all’ of the action is NOT in the water – depending on one’s lens. Share this:

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SurfGeek.tv is now SurfingToday.tv

by xanatemedia July 1, 2014

Introducing the new look! The advent of the US Open of Surfing gives us the opportunity to show up one more time and participate in this annual gathering and celebration of the art and sport of surfing. The last four years we’ve covered this event under the blog title of ‘SurfGeek.tv’ but this year we’ve […]

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Crohn’s e-patient, Collaborative Medical Record Advocate Nikolai Kirienko Tells His Story

by xanatemedia January 23, 2013

By Gregg A. Masters, MPH One of the byproducts of the information explosion evidenced 24/7 via the Twitter firehouse and the tech enabled democratization of information, dis-information and outright BS, is well, ‘overload’. Yet as proffered once before by someone no doubt smarter than I said: ‘there is no such thing as information overload, only […]

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Missing HealthCamp SF Bay

by xanatemedia October 6, 2012

By Gregg Masters We’re about to kick into health 2.o ‘innovation week’ mode beginning tomorrow (Sunday). The San Francisco bay area is just humming with innovation energy and some other both expected and unexpected excitement. The Oakland A’s caught the Texas Rangers on the last day of regular season, and find themselves in the post […]

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Branding a Medical Oncology Presence via Social Media

by xanatemedia September 27, 2012

By Gregg Masters, MPH A research report titled  ‘Understanding the Factors That Influence the Adoption and Meaningful Use of Social Media by Physicians to Share Medical Information‘, published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research, suggests the following applications of this emerging medium to the practice of medicine or the delivery of institutional healthcare services […]

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